Category Archives: PT

Exercise Improves Brain Function in Young Adults

[Source Medical News Today] Regular exercise improves brain activityin young adults, says a new study. The conclusion runs counter to the popular belief that because they are in their prime and the peak of their cognitive ability, young adult brains … Continue reading


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Pediatric Therapy Corner: What Can You Do With PVC?

Editor’s Note:  Thank you to Carol Zangari for sharing this great e-book! [Source:  PrAACtical AAC] This gem of a book from the ATEN Coordinating Unit at Orange County Schools is an oldie, but a goodie! PVC: Practical, Versatile, Cheap AT … Continue reading


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Feds Put New Focus On Down Syndrome

[Source:  Disability Scoop] As people with Down syndrome live longer than ever before, the National Institutes of Health is looking to reshape its efforts related to the chromosomal disorder. The federal agency is tweaking its Down syndrome research priorities and … Continue reading


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Placement of the Week: PT in Fayetteville, AR

Congratulations, to Lori Y., who just took a position with one of our more progressive clients in the Fayetteville, AR area.     She will be working with collaboratively with PTs, OTs and SLPs to serve youngsters from birth to 18. … Continue reading


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Pediatric Therapy Activity of Week: Conversation Heart Jump Game

One of our favorite Valentines ideas last year was our free printable Heart Jump game.  It was such a hit that we felt compelled to come up with a new gross motor game this Valentine’s Day! When I saw a bunch of $3 yoga mats … Continue reading


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